No, our Army did not "seize" a server from a German corporation in Frankfurt that switched enough votes to "throw" the election. Forget that our Army has denied the story, or that the corporation in question is Spanish and doesn't have a server (or an office!) in Frankfurt and that 97% of American counties don't even use their product -- you should know it's all rubbish when the Congressdolt promoting the story says things like "I don't know the truth" and "(t)here are some that believe," let alone that he uses the passive voice ("there was a German tweet" -- Jesus Mary and Joseph he's not even confident enough in his own lies to say "a German tweeted"). But I guess when you see a big map of America on the TV showing our soon-to-be-ex-President "winning" California, you don't have to think anymore.
Ryan Grim at The Intercept reminds us that "Joe Biden Doesn’t Need the Senate to Boost the Economy and Tackle Climate Change." As President, Mr. Biden can a) wipe out $50,000 of student debt, which could free up some $400 per debtor per month to stimulate our economy; b) prevent corporations from designating their workers as "managers" willy-nilly, which would enable more of those workers to collect overtime pay; c) taking pot off Schedule I, which would stimulate a lot of pot-growing businesses around the nation; and d) use the Financial Stability Oversight Council (created by the Dodd-Frank bank reform bill) to stop investment in fossil fuels. And of course, how much of this he'll actually do isn't just up to him: it's also up to us.
I'm generally pleased to see our "liberal" media noting, as our soon-to-be-ex-President formally requests a recount in Georgia, that Georgia just did a damn recount. Perhaps he's thinking that since he cut into Mr. Biden's lead by 1,500 votes during the last recount, he'll win Georgia if he can just get them to do nine more recounts! It sure is a good thing he's laser-focused on his own election loss, rather than something like everyone and their grandmother getting COVID-19.
Don't trouble yourself over the "backlash" against Tucker Carlson's criticism of Sidney Powell's fever-dream "stolen election" narrative that has so far failed in nearly every one of over three dozen court cases. When right-wingers "fight," it's always drama, and bad drama at that. Tucker Carlson will be back in right-wingers' good graces even if OAN, for example, takes over from Fox News as "the" place for right-wingers to run and hide from facts and good arguments. (Also, too, when Rush Limbaugh's spokeshack asks about "the 'evidence' the election was fair," he's displaying an ignorance of how our legal system works -- the burden of proof is always on the folks who accuse unfairness, for reasons we're seeing play out in those aforementioned three dozen court cases -- and I'm sure this display is solely for show.)
Speaking of our Administration's repeated failures in court, District Judge Matthew Brann's dismissal of our soon-to-be-ex-President's complaint aiming to keep Pennsylvania from certifying election results reads rather like a father trying his damnedest to be extremely patient with a toddler having a tantrum. Dig the part where Judge Brann says he's not listening to another damn "amended" filing because it's just going to be the same damn filing! OK, I'm paraphrasing, but Judge Brann's opinion does read rather like Judge Jones's 2005 decision preventing the Dover school district from teaching "intelligent design" in science classes. Either one could have typed "how dare you waste my time with your frivolous lawsuit" over and over for 35 pages and you still would've gotten the jist.
Finally, when you hear our soon-to-be-ex-President whining on Twitter that Mr. Biden is trying to put together a Cabinet "so quickly" "when my investigators have found hundreds of thousands of fraudulent votes," you, again, have to wonder why his legal team hasn't shown evidence of "hundreds of thousands of fraudulent votes" to judges in, again, over three dozen lawsuits. And please understand that by "you have to wonder why" I mean "pimp ain't got no damn evidence, that's why."